Fashionista.com – According to a spokesperson, this September’s Lady Gaga-covered Vogue will have 658 ad pages, which marks a nearly 14% growth from last year–that’s double digit growth on top of double digit growth for the last two years.
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Movie director Robert Rodriguez hit Twitter today to announce: “I just finished working with @LadyGaga on @MacheteKills, she kicked SO MUCH ASS! Holy Smokes. Blown away!” And along with it, he added a character poster that reveals she, rather appropriately, plays a character named La Chameleon. No word yet if she brought her own wardrobe to the shoot. The “Machete” franchise has already made a name for itself for being a bit more adventurous with its participants, but even this is pretty surprising, though we’d guess Stefani Germanotta’s appearance will be a boosted up cameo, but not much more.
During a press junket in London last week, Madonna spoke out to the media regarding her feelings about Lady Gaga. Speaking to press, Madonna said she is a big fan of the song “Born This Way” and jokingly added that she is also “glad that I could help her write it.” Madonna also defended her recent mash up of “Express Yourself” and “Born This Way”, featured in her MDNA World Tour, by stating that it isn’t meant to be taken seriously, but meant to be a tribute and also a bit of a joke.
The star added that she tries not to pay attention to the comparisons drawn between the two, and that “I think she [Gaga] is very talented. At the end of the day, we’re very different. We both have different things to say. I think that’s some journalists trying to stir up trouble by constantly making references to other artists.”
Check out the interview (Gaga talk starts at 2:25) below and let us know what you think in the comments!